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Pakistan: Bilawal Bhutto calls for climate justice, rejects Western pressure over Ukraine

In a DW interview, Pakistan's foreign minister says people in his country are paying the price for the industrialization of richer nations. He stressed Islamabad is determined to stay neutral in the Russia-Ukraine war.

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